Can Africa Meet the Challenges Brought by Rating Agencies?

When international ratings agencies like Moody's or Fitch downgrade countries, the economies of these nations suffer. African governments have had enough and are retaliating against what they call "subjective" ratings, writes Daniel Pelz for Deutsche Welle.

Cities of Nairobi in Kenya, Lagos in Nigeria, Johannesburg in South Africa and Windhoek in Namibia


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